SVS cs+ 20-39 enough?

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Brian Fineberg, Oct 20, 2004.

  1. Brian Fineberg

    Brian Fineberg Second Unit

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    I am going to be moving my HT in a new room...which is 17x12 with 19' cielings.......what can I expect from my 20-39cs+ run by a samson 1000?? I was wondering if I waill even come close to reference levels....right now I am in a 12x12 room so I am really used to reference bass. any help would greatly be appreciated....also there is exposed brick and wood floors if that helps at all.

    Brian
     
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    Brian,

    Seems to me... if my math is correct, you have roughly 3800+ cubic feet to fill. That's a tall order for a decent amount of subs. Personally I, for one, would probably go with another sub to fill such a room.

    Just to clarify, you said 19' ceilings? That's a tall room! if that's the case... you might want to either upgrade to another cs+ or just go with an entirely different sub, like the PB12-Ultra/2. I don't know what your money allotment is like.

    Anyway, I hope this helps!
     
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    I have the same amp and sub but I have two of those subs in a room that is 20x18 with 12' ceilings. The only real way to tell is to hook it up and try it.
     
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    Yeah it is a loft type room...hence the 19' ceilings...If it is not enough would you recommend at least bass shakers to hold me over until I can get more sub? Thanks for the input guys! I appreciate it

    Brian
     

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